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Are you staying with Aegean Mooloolaba Apartments for an extended stay this winter and looking for activities to keep you busy? Do not worry; we’ve got you sorted! With cool mornings that feature impressive sunrises, clear sunny days and spectacular sunsets in the evening, Mooloolaba beach is breathtaking in winter. We will show you how to take full advantage of it during your stay.

1. Wine & Dine along the Esplanade

Mooloolaba has some of the best restaurants. It is a foodie’s paradise, offering something for every mood, craving, and occasion, including beachside eating, marina waterfront dining, and charming brunch cafés.

Mooloolaba Wharf, Mooloolaba Esplanade, and Brisbane Road are just a few of the Mooloolaba dining locations worth visiting – especially if dining on holiday is one of your favourite pastimes. The best part is that these famous dining areas are near together, making all of the best Mooloolaba Esplanade restaurants easily accessible before or after a swim or surf at Mooloolaba Beach.

The Surf Club Mooloolaba is located right on the coastline and is only a short stroll across the road from Aegean Mooloolaba. The Boathouse Restaurant, Bayview Bar, Coffee Corner, and Surf Club Bar of the Surf Club Mooloolaba have everything you might be craving.

The Parkyn Parade Seafood Precinct is also worth a visit. Parkyn Parade Seafood Precinct is a marketplace and fresh fish market where you can buy fresh seafood, fish, and the famed Mooloolaba king prawns. Then check out local favourites like Taps Mooloolaba, The Good Bar, One Up Bar, and O’Malleys, which all have vast bar menus and a distinct atmosphere to discover for yourself.

2. Go on a cruise

Mooloolaba is unsurpassed when it comes to sunset cruises. Mooloolaba Beach is unique in that the Pacific Ocean meets the Mooloolah River just past the headland, where daily cruises and river tours are one of the most incredible ways to see Mooloolaba’s more scenic side. Also, there are several cruise alternatives in Mooloolaba, including romantic dinner cruises at night or daytime cruising with an afternoon seafood meal. Simply speak to the friendly reception staff for local recommendations.

3. Take a Whale Watching Tour

The whale-watching season has begun. The iconic Whale One experience allows you to get close and personal with them. This educative and informative trip will provide you with an immersive experience entirely dependent on nature.

Make sure to book your trip and read the confirmation email for more information. You will be required to obtain a boarding card and queue for boarding upon arrival at Sunreef. As you leave the Mooloolaba River, there will be a complete briefing about the vessel. It will take about 15 minutes to get out of the river.

4. Take a hike

The Glass House Mountains are a stunning cluster of 11 ranges in South East Queensland. These are ideal for hiking, exploring, and stargazing. Make sure to check out the peaks listed below. So put on your boots, pack your trail mix and water, and get ready to hit the tracks.

Mount Tibrogargan (364m)

Mount Beerwah (556m)

Mount Coonowrin (377m)

Mount Ngungun (253m)

Wild Horse Mountain (123m)

Mount Beerburrum (278m)

5. Stroll to the markets

On the first and third Saturdays of each month, visit the Mooloolaba Esplanade for the Mooloolaba Sunset Markets. There will be a gourmet street food strip, live performances and fantastic entertainment. While enjoying the exciting ambience of the Mooloolaba Sunsets Markets, watch the sun sink into the evening on a picnic blanket by the water.

6. Wine Tasting

The Sunshine Coast is a gorgeous wine region with small wineries and vineyards producing award-winning premium wines. This region’s cellar doors and restaurants provide visitors with a unique and varied wine tourism experience.

You can visit the Noosa Valley Winery is located 10 minutes from downtown Noosa. The lovely Sunshine Coast hinterland is home to Maleny Mountain Wines. The Sunshine Coast’s first established vineyard, Kenilworth Bluff Winery, lies hidden beneath the stunning Kenilworth Bluff.

7. Shop till you drop

Leave room in your suitcase the next time you visit the Sunshine Coast. If you shop at these places, you’ll have something to remember about your trip. Sunshine Plaza, the region’s largest shopping centre, has recently expanded to include over 100 new retailers. Kawana Shoppingworld is another shopping centre that has recently undergone significant restoration. Noosa Civic is the central retail area on the Sunshine Coast’s northern end, with over 100 specialty stores.

8. Treat yourself to a cooking class

Why not try something new while on holiday? You can learn to cook party meals and prepare Thai banquets and Vietnamese cuisine at the world-renowned restaurant Spirit House.

Spicers Tamarind Retreat also has a purpose-built cookery school where you may master the complexities of Thai cuisine. Alternatively, study at The Cooking School Noosa, run by the same people who own the multi-award-winning Wasabi Restaurant and Bar.

9. Get Artistic with Fridas Sip and Paint Classes

Frida’s Sip n Paint is the first high-end Sip n Paint studio in Mooloolaba. With the assistance of well-experienced artists, you may create your masterpiece. You can also enjoy delicious cheese platters, a drink of champagne, and entertainment while you paint.

10. Go on a Craft Beer Tour

In Australia’s Craft Beer Capital, you can taste the sunshine. On the Sunshine Coast, you’ll find the most craft brewers. This online Craft Beer Capital Brewery Trail can help you explore the region’s broad assortment of breweries and venues.

Make sure your Aegean Mooloolaba Apartment Accommodation is set by booking your accommodation online today!